A Couple's Guide to Valentine's Day Weekend in Las Vegas

A Couple's Guide to Valentine's Day Weekend in Las Vegas

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Valentine’s Day is just a week away. Time to start thinking of how you’re going to wow that special somebody…and also time to check in on the real Cupid. With Las Vegas being the nearest big city to our headquarters, we thought it would be helpful to put together a list of ideas for couples visiting Las Vegas this Valentine’s Day.

Las Vegas is the perfect place to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day. There are plenty of live shows to wow your date, such as a concert or an acrobatic performance. There are also restaurants with every cuisine, including a classic steak dinner or creative sushi dishes. Don’t forget about the many wedding chapels in the city to tie the knot in style.

Before planning things to do with your significant other, make sure you have clothing to make the night memorable. For those that are tall and slim, ditch the tees that don’t fit properly. Be comfortable and stylish by shopping our men’s collections.

Once you have appropriate clothing, choose an unforgettable experience for you and your right-hand.

Dazzle Your Date with the Bellagio Fountains

The Bellagio Fountains are a must-do show for Valentine’s Day. The show takes place in front of the luxury hotel and casino, and the water feature is coordinated with Broadway, classical and pop music. Each show is different, and the fountains can shoot water up to 400 feet in the air. After the show, take a peek inside the hotel for hand-blown glass flowers by artist Dale Chihuly that dot the ceiling.

Celebrate “Love” with Cirque du Soleil

Take your date for a Cirque du Soleil performance set to music inspired by The Beatles. Cirque du Soleil is known for their awe-inspiring circus and acrobatic stunts. “Love” is the product of their collaboration with Beatles producer George Martin and his son, record producer Giles Martin. For a special date, consider upgrading the standard ticket for a backstage tour and an artist meet and greet.

Take a Romantic Stroll Through the Lights of Love

Gourmet candy maker Ethel M Chocolates is hosting a special tour through its botanical cactus garden for Valentine’s Day. The garden has more than 300 species of cacti, succulents and desert trees. Join your significant other and walk through the garden under more than half a million pink, red, white and purple lights. Enjoy chocolate-dipped strawberries, or head to the chocolate tasting room and try five different pieces of chocolate.

Bring Your Love to New Heights with the High Roller

Watch the Las Vegas lights dazzle below with your date on The Linq High Roller. This observation wheel boasts the title of being the world’s tallest observation wheel, and it has spacious cabins for getting the perfect view. Book a happy hour ride for an open bar cabin or indulge in their chocolate experience.

Enjoy the View on the Eiffel Tower

Paris isn’t the only city of romance. Las Vegas has its own Eiffel Tower, where you can take a glass elevator up to the top for 360-degree views of the city. Take a tour around Paris Las Vegas and view detailed replicas of the Arc de Triomphe, the Paris Opera House and the Louvre. End the date with a tasty dinner at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant or get a tasty dessert at Alexxa’s Bar.

Relax with a Couple’s Spa Day

Treat yourself and your significant other with a couple’s massage or rejuvenating skin treatment. Las Vegas has several hotel and spas offering Valentine’s Day specials for couples. Consider booking the hammam room at the Cosmopolitan that includes two whirlpools and steam rooms. There’s also the Reliquary Spa at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, which offers a couple’s massage package complete with champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries.

Dine on the Top of the World

There’s no bad view at this restaurant inside the Stratosphere. The Top of the World slowly rotates 360-degrees while you dine, giving you views of the Las Vegas Strip and Mount Charleston. The menu never disappoints through dinner options that include an all-natural filet mignon and a Maryland crab stuffed chicken. Make dinner even more romantic and have fresh flowers delivered to the table.

Get a Taste of Danger at the Mob Museum

Channel your inner love for danger at the Mob Museum. The museum has hundreds of artifacts showing both sides of the battle between organized crime and law enforcement. They are hosting a special anniversary event on Valentine’s Day that includes food and drink specials in The Underground speakeasy, a presentation of the crime lab and an educational session about “Scarface” with authors Max Allan Collins and A. Brad Schwartz.

Go on a Romantic Hike at the Grand Canyon

Head outdoors and enjoy the unforgettable views of the Grand Canyon West Rim this Valentine’s Day. There is a variety of tour options, including an aerial tour or a river tour. If you are feeling brave, try walking across Eagle Point. This horseshoe-shaped glass bridge is located 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon and offers stunning views. Stay later in the evening and sit by a bonfire and toast s’mores while the sun goes down.

Laugh Together at the Comedy Cellar

There’s no way to get closer as a couple than laughing at your favorite jokes. Head to the Comedy Cellar for Valentine’s Day at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, the club’s first location on the west coast. The New York-based club is known for discovering big name comedians including Dave Chappelle, Ray Romano and Jon Stewart.